Powerful songstress and experienced doula Nickita is back to bring us a stunning new single for a wonderful cause, all fit with an accompanying music video.
Teaming up with the charity Childbirth Choice Matter (CCM), Nickita is here to spread support and awareness for hundreds of independent midwives whose livelihoods are threatened by Covid-19 restrictions and from a withdrawal of vital personal insurances.
Inspired and fired up Nickita is preparing to release ‘Breath Again’, with sales going directly to the CCM fundraising efforts helping independent midwives get back on their feet.
The recent Covid-19 pandemic has complicated the pregnancy process for mothers across the country, making many expectant mothers feel isolated and alone; Nickita and CCM are promoting autonomy in birth and empowerment for women.
Making magical music with a cause, we just knew Nickita was our next Woman in the Spotlight to champion.
Breathe Again is a stunning ballad, bursting at the seams with Nickita’s vocal prowess and intensely emotive lyricism. Nickita’s bright vocal tone demonstrates her authentic singing ability and musical talent.
Nickita is a seasoned veteran in music, releasing her debut album in 2008 and finding herself on publications and on radio across the globe. Nickita has long been wowing audiences with her intensely beautiful vocals comparable to the likes of Christina Aguilera and Mariah Carey.
But there is a slightly darker side to the talented songstress’ life that led her to create single ‘Breath Again’. Nickita tragically suffered multiple miscarriages, experiencing first hand just how vital pre and antenatal support is for mothers. Inspired by loss, Nickita vowed to support independent midwives in the best way she knew how, music.
‘Breath Again’ is a power-ballad packed full with raw emotion and true meaning. A beautiful single that supports an even better cause, Breathe Again is available for pre-order now with the track set for streaming release on Mother’s day (14th March 2021).
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